These dolly pegs are a fun doll that kids can make for their doll’s house.


Material

  • Some Wooden dolly pegs
  • some coloured craft paper (a bit stiffer than white copy paper)
  • pipe cleaners (for arms)
  • wool/fake flowers/pom poms etc (for hair and hats)
  • sticky tape

Method

  1. Cut paper into squares approx size 12cmx12cm.

  2. Starting at one corner, curl paper into a thin ice-cream cone shape leaving an opening just big enough for the dolly peg head to go through. The wider end will be an uneven shape. Tape the paper into the cone shape.
  3. Secure dolly peg in paper cone with a tiny piece of sticky tape. NOTE: the entire dolly peg is in the top half of the paper cone.
  4. Gently squeeze the open end of the paper cone and cut to make an even surface. You may need to trim a little more to ensure your dolly peg dolls stands straight.
  5. Decorate face and add arms, hair, hats etc.

Notes... We often make these on play dates and during holidays because they can be made to the desired size (great for making a family) and adds a lot of fun and variety to doll house play. Kids love that they stand up.

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    • 03 Feb 2016
      7:38 pm

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  • Really good idea! Thank you so much for sharing this one.

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  • They would have so much fun playing with these


    • My kids would have fun dressing them in different clothing each day

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  • Such a lovely idea, kids will enjoy making them.

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  • How cute are these? I love them.

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  • The dolly pegs are very cute!

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  • You could make a nativity scene decoration for Christmas.

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  • Gorgeous peggy dolls. You could make a peggy family and pets too. Thank you for sharing.

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  • They look so beautiful. I remember doing something similar for Christmas when I was younger. Little angels. My mum still has them I think.
    Thank you for sharing.

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  • These look pretty groovy!

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  • oh my! i remember these on playschool! Thank you!

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  • I remember making these as a child. And my grandmother would make them too. She was/is a source of my fascination with crafts.

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  • I remember making these… They are so much fun!

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  • This reminds me of playschool!
    What a great project!

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  • these look so cute. My daughter will love making these. thanks for sharing.

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  • Will be doing this, reminds me of hanging the washing with my Grandma who used these old types of pegs

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